Gregory S. Sawicki
Gregory S. Sawicki
Associate Professor - Mechanical Engineering and Biological Sciences
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Reducing the energy cost of human walking using an unpowered exoskeleton
SH Collins, MB Wiggin, GS Sawicki
Nature 522 (7555), 212-215, 2015
An improved powered ankle–foot orthosis using proportional myoelectric control
DP Ferris, KE Gordon, GS Sawicki, A Peethambaran
Gait & posture 23 (4), 425-428, 2006
The mechanics and energetics of human walking and running: a joint level perspective
DJ Farris, GS Sawicki
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 9 (66), 110-118, 2012
Powered lower limb orthoses for gait rehabilitation
D Ferris, G Sawicki, A Domingo
Topics in spinal cord injury rehabilitation 11 (2), 34-49, 2005
A pneumatically powered knee-ankle-foot orthosis (KAFO) with myoelectric activation and inhibition
GS Sawicki, DP Ferris
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 6 (1), 1-16, 2009
Mechanics and energetics of level walking with powered ankle exoskeletons
GS Sawicki, DP Ferris
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (9), 1402-1413, 2008
Mechanical performance of artificial pneumatic muscles to power an ankle–foot orthosis
KE Gordon, GS Sawicki, DP Ferris
Journal of biomechanics 39 (10), 1832-1841, 2006
It pays to have a spring in your step
GS Sawicki, CL Lewis, DP Ferris
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 37 (3), 130, 2009
A physiologist's perspective on robotic exoskeletons for human locomotion
DP Ferris, GS Sawicki, MA Daley
International Journal of Humanoid Robotics 4 (03), 507-528, 2007
Human medial gastrocnemius force–velocity behavior shifts with locomotion speed and gait
DJ Farris, GS Sawicki
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (3), 977-982, 2012
Powered lower limb orthoses: applications in motor adaptation and rehabilitation
GS Sawicki, KE Gordon, DP Ferris
9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 2005. ICORR 2005 …, 2005
Powered ankle exoskeletons reveal the metabolic cost of plantar flexor mechanical work during walking with longer steps at constant step frequency
GS Sawicki, DP Ferris
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (1), 21-31, 2009
Estimation of quasi-stiffness and propulsive work of the human ankle in the stance phase of walking
K Shamaei, GS Sawicki, AM Dollar
PloS one 8 (3), e59935, 2013
How to hit home runs: Optimum baseball bat swing parameters for maximum range trajectories
GS Sawicki, M Hubbard, WJ Stronge
American Journal of Physics 71 (11), 1152-1162, 2003
An exoskeleton using controlled energy storage and release to aid ankle propulsion
MB Wiggin, SH Collins, GS Sawicki
Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 2011 IEEE International Conference on, 1-5, 2011
Estimation of quasi-stiffness of the human knee in the stance phase of walking
K Shamaei, GS Sawicki, AM Dollar
PloS one 8 (3), e59993, 2013
A neuromechanics-based powered ankle exoskeleton to assist walking post-stroke: a feasibility study
KZ Takahashi, MD Lewek, GS Sawicki
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (1), 1-13, 2015
Six degree-of-freedom analysis of hip, knee, ankle and foot provides updated understanding of biomechanical work during human walking
KE Zelik, KZ Takahashi, GS Sawicki
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (6), 876-886, 2015
The effects of powered ankle-foot orthoses on joint kinematics and muscle activation during walking in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury
GS Sawicki, A Domingo, DP Ferris
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 3 (3), 2005
Elastic ankle exoskeletons reduce soleus muscle force but not work in human hopping
DJ Farris, BD Robertson, GS Sawicki
Journal of Applied Physiology 115 (5), 579-585, 2013
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